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Local roundup: Conn volleyball keeps rolling

Published October 04. 2012 4:00AM

Buzzards Bay, Mass. - Junior Emily Marks and freshman Caroline Eastman each scored a pair of goals Wednesday to lead the Coast Guard Academy women's soccer team past Massachusetts Maritime 5-0.

Marks handed the Bears (2-8) the only goal they'd need in the 23rd minute when she converted a pass from sophomore Liz Runci. Freshman Sheila Dutt's goal upped the lead to 2-0 at the half.

Junior goalie Devin Fellman earned the shutout win, making four saves.

H.S. volleyball

• Jenna Schumacher had three kills and two aces and Morgan Lloyd added three aces as East Lyme beat Griswold 25-13, 25-13, 25-18. East Lyme is 9-1.

• Sophie Swedin had 15 assists and three aces as Norwich Free Academy beat Windham 25-21, 25-12, 25-12. Alyssa Velles had 12 kills for NFA (5-4) and Melissa Castillo added 11 aces and five digs.

• Sarah Swenson had 14 points, seven aces and seven kills in Woodstock Academy's 25-5, 25-14, 25-21 win over Waterford. Amanda Tourjee had 10 assists for Waterford (3-6).

• Nikki Schoolcraft had 28 assists and five aces, lifting Fitch past Plainfield, 25-18, 25-19, 25-18. Ashley Adams had 15 kills and eight assists and Michelena Pinto added six aces for Fitch (7-2).

• Ledyard defeated Bacon Academy, 25-14, 25-22, 25-19. Michelle Klinikowski had 14 kills and two blocks while Kylie Fustini had 15 kills and six aces, Jenny Nohara had 15 assists and Brianna Riley added 12 assists for the Colonels (6-4).

• Paige Palenski had three aces and seven service points, but Old Lyme was beaten by Hale-Ray 25-17, 25-19, 25-20 in the Shoreline Conference.

• Mayra Vitorino had four kills and Ellie Santana added four assists in Grasso Tech's 3-0 loss to Classical Magnet in the Constitution State Conference. Game scores were 25-17, 25-18 and 25-23. The Eagles fell to 5-5, 2-3.

• Bailey Spellman had 22 assists and eight kills in Norwich Tech's 3-0 win over Prince Tech. Game scores were 25-18, 25-12 and 25-14.

College volleyball

• Connecticut College, ranked fourth in the New England Division III poll, won for the seventh time in the last eight matches with a 3-0 win over Clark. The Camels (12-2) won 25-17, 25-12, 25-16. Katie Ketcham led the way with 33 assists and five digs while Anelise Hohl added 11 kills and Melissa Hohl added eight kills.

Men's soccer

• Mamadou Doudou Diouf and Allando Matheson both scored for second-ranked UConn as it beat No. 3 Georgetown 2-1 in a Big East game. Andre Blake had seven saves for UConn (10-0-1, 3-0), which was outshot 12-6 in the first half.

Boys' cross country

• Justin Shafner finished first in 18:49 and Chris Ivimey took second (18:49), leading Williams School past Hamden Hall 17-45. Adam Verhoeff was third in 19:19 and Brien Bradley placed fifth (19:37) for the Blues.

• Bryce Hedman was the individual winner as Ledyard remained unbeaten by sweeping Plainfield (23-26) and Killingly (16-47) in the ECC Medium Division on Tuesday. Tyler Torelli was fourth overall for the Colonels (6-0, 4-0).

Girls' cross country

• Sarena Shafner led Williams with a 10th place finish in 27:06 and Cassandra Lin was 13th in 29:25 in losses to Westover and Hamden Hall.

Local golf

• Four golfers raised over $850 playing a golf marathon for charity on Tuesday at Elmridge Golf Course in Pawcatuck. Elmridge teaching pro Chuck Slenker, Mark Moriarty and Meghan Doherty of First Tee of Connecticut, and John Vitale, the professional at Hawk's Landing in Southington, combined to complete 144 holes. They finished with 39 birdies. Donations, which will go to First Tee of Connecticut and the Connecticut Section PGA Golf Foundation, are still being accepted. Call First Tee at (860) 882-1660.

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